- Clark County Historical Newspapers Archive
- Clark County Historical Museum Photograph Collection
- Vancouver Branch of the NAACP Digital Collection
- Mapping Clark County
- Clark County’s Most Wanted
- Vancouver Area Chronology
- Research Box Search Tool
- Other Online Resources
This project is possible thanks to partnership between CCHM and the Washington State University Vancouver Library Archive and through partial funding from the Joanne Galloway Charitable Lead Trust.
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This project is an ongoing collaboration between the Clark County Historical Museum (CCHM), the Washington State University Vancouver Library and the Washington State University Libraries Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections (MASC). Funding for this project was provided by Clark County’s Historical Promotion Grants Program.
The Vancouver Branch of the NAACP Digital Collection exists thanks to a partnership between the Vancouver chapter of the NAACP and the Washington State University Vancouver History Department
Mapping Clark County is a collaborative effort between the CCHM, the WSU Vancouver Library and WSU Libraries’ Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections (MASC).
Research Tools and Indexes
Vancouver Area Chronology (The Landerholm Chronicles)
Research Box Search Tool
The Research Box Search Tool is a searchable index to a secondary source collection of research materials that the Clark County Historical Museum has compiled over the years. The research boxes cover almost 150 subject areas and include newspaper clippings, pamphlets, articles, reports and other information. The Research Box Search Tool is a downloadable file that you can access from home. Viewing these files may help you decide if a trip to the Museum and a physical search through one or more of the Research Boxes is warranted.
The three options below are provided for your convenience.
|Research Box List||PDF file. List of Box Titles. Provides a rough idea of the subject areas covered in the boxes.|
|Excel Index||Excel file. Use the search features within Excel to search the fields of the index. Your computer must have Microsoft Excel to use this file.|
|Access Index||Access file. This is the “complete” version of the Research Box Search Tool and includes the interface used by Museum staff and volunteers. Your computer must have Microsoft Access (2003 or later) to use this file.|